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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MOWN IN (i, FEimiJAUY 12. 1879.
H. BRYANT, M. D.
OKFH'K: Eolith ami Va.Mii.;l-.m Awiiue.
OMoe Iimr . a. m. to U r. m.
KEKI DENY E: Corner Nlueuviith anil Wash
lugion. II. MARFAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
(Hike 136 t'ommw'.-il nv.-nue. liei-'.ihtice corner
Fourteenth M. und Wiifhiiiton au-nne, mil".
J Ik. SMITH, M. I).
Office uinl Residence:
yiO. 21 THIRTEENTH STREET. CA111Q. ILL,
U. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Omcf-Ko. 1'. Commercial Avenue, betwveu
Eighth uinl Ninth Strecu
H. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE K!(rhth Street, mar Commercial Avenue.
G. T. WIIITLOCK,
GENERAL COLLECTOK OF KILLS AND RENTS
AH urn Mint of professional and ltiii tiff meu
promptly attended to. Ulllce. 136 Commercial ave
uue, between Kltrhth aud Ninth streets.
BisfiTi'DCf: ProfenHloutil ami JBwducM men of
"yyM. Q. McGEE,
Office, overt'. & V, R. It. Cienera! OMcc.
g T. WHEELER,
OFFICE-Ohlo Levee, bet. Fourtn anil Sixth its.
JIKEGAIt k LANSDEN,
OFFICE Xo. US Commercial Avenue.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL I'AI'EH OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Sonilicrn Illinois,
11 Y TREASURER.
We are authorized to announce the name, of At,
m:n Cominos n a candidate for City Treasurer at
the unfiling city election.
We are athorized to announce the name of Wai.
tkuL. NuisToi. as a candidate for the ulllce of City
Treasurer, at the ensuing charter election.
We are authorized to announce W. F. SriirtKEiis
as u candidate for City Clerk al the approaching
We am authorized to announce Lorn L. Davis
an a candidate for City Cleric at the in-line; :nu
We are authorized to announce John B. Piiii.us
4 caudiilate for re-election to the oflice of City
Clerk at the approaching municipal election.
Notice. to whom it may concgkn. The Cairo
Bulletin Co., will pay no bill contracted by any of
rt employe, or any one connected with The lien
letin, unices the same I made on a written order
signed by myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill v. hen presented.
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Time. l!ar. Ther. Hum. Wind. Vol. Weather.
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Maximum Temperature. MS; Minimum Tem
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W. II. RAY.
8erj't Signal Curt, U. S. A,
00 TO 0. II. JACKSON ft CO ,
No. 80 Ohio lcvi'i', for Michigan Seed
Potatoes anil choice apples. Just received
2 car loads.
(.'apt. Os. Greenley was m lhe city yes
Tlie recent mihl weather had the effect
ot bringing sheltered violets into bloom,
nnd very perceptibly enlarged the poach
Circuit Court was not in session, yestcr-
l:ty ; but will probably convene ngaiu to
day. Meanwhile Judge Harker made f
flying trip to Vienna.
Judge F. M. Yoiingblood, of Denton,
luw signified bis willingness to address the
Cairo Reform Club, nnd will undoubtedly
be here on Friday evening.
There was a notable scarcity of trumps,
yesterday, in all their wonted rcndcz.vous
One of the policemen on duty informed us
that he had not seen a dozen tramps du
ring the day.
One Dick rut rick was called upon to
answer a charge of I). A. P., which, inter
preted, means drunk and disorder! v. The
Judge thought that eight days of calaboose
fitted the case, and so adjusted the matter.
, Judge Dougherty was in Cairo yester-
5:iy, circulating among the soverigns, till of
-whom know the old gentleman, by reputa
lion, if not personally. We hear it stated
that the Judge is a candidate f y re-election
to the position he now fills a tent on the
The announcement .of Mr. John I)
Diillin appeara in the proper column of this
morning's paper. He is a candidate fur n
election to the office of City Clerk; and
even hiu competitors will endorse us when
vre nay that he has, during his term of
ufficc, discharged the duties faithfully and
well. Ho thoroughly understands the tie.
Uila of his official buslnesK; is a rcudy and
' '.V ,
correct accountant, and a very obliging
and courteous gentleman. The ulllce was
never rilled more satisfactorily, ami the
people will make no mistake if they elect
Phillis to be his own successor.
- We hear it said that we are to have a
colored candidate for City Clerk. If, in imi
tation of the old know-nothing example, the
colored voters or C:ito unite upon him be
cause of his color, he will be elected pro
vided the game is not "scotched," by concert
of action on tho other side.
We had a call from J. II. Mulcahey. of
Commercial Point, yesterday, who came in
to lodge a complaint against the postal ser
vice between Cairo and Goose Island.
Tuk IU'LLETIN failed to arrive
on time; and ho regarded such
a deprivation as too much for average hu
The somewhat notorious Phocion How
ard, who figured quite conspicuously in the
Senatorial contest between Logan and
Oglesby, is said to be the "Jenks Howard"
who, many years ago ran a paper in Paducah,
and, at a later day wits connected with tho
Golcondu Herald. If this bo true, well,
"how are you Jenks?"
The House Committee on Commerce
reported $200,000 tor the improvement of
the Mississippi between the mouths of the
Ohio and Illinois livers. As it is thought
that the bill will pass under a suspension
of the rules on Monday of next week, Cairo
should be on the alert, if it is the purpose
to look after our interests in that quarter.
If Uncle Sam feels himself too poor to
repair the Custom House flagpole, we shall,
upon a proper assurance of that fact, circu
late a subscription paper among our Re
bublican friends who fly the flag from it
under various pretenses, for money enough
to put a top section to it. As it now stands
an unseemly stump it is an eye-sore to
every patriot in the city.
An irate parent, with a thunder cloud
in his countenance aud a threo-foot cow
hide down his pantaloon leg, was loitering
about the custom house block, yesterday,
keeping a lookout for the negro who had
stigmatized his little daughter as a puny
specimen of "poor -whits trash." It um
bo a stupid negro who insulted the child;
but if that father finds him he'll make him
"smart," by a process both severe and sud
den. The county jail contains eight inmates,
all of whom, we hear, are awaiting the ac
tion of the Grand Jury. 'While it maybe
true that all these prisoners are guilty of
the crimes imputed to them, not more than
two or three of the whole number will be
convicted. This result will ensue because
the charges, in the main, having been pre
ferred by strangers, it is not at all probable
that the said strangers will eonio to Cairo,
a distance of a hundred miles or more, to
appear as witnesses.
"Sarah Williams a regular bi-monthly
patron of the police court, was before
Judge Uinl, yesterday, under the same old
harge of vagrancy. There was no doubt
of her guilt, outhe mind of the court; but
Sarah had proved such an unprofitable
customer in the calaboose; had eaten four
live hundred dollars' worth of prison
grub, without th; least promise in the
world of a moral revolution. The Judge,
therefore, accepted her solemn promise
that she would "put herself on her good
behavior, and let her go.
Four or five of the most valuable dogs
owned in the Fourth ward have been killed
by poison, within the month past. The
malicious villain who administered the
poison has beeii'carcfui to select the finest
logs he can find generally large New
Foundlands. The last dog poisoned be
longed to Mr. Miller, late Jailor. Sherifl
Hodge's shaggy cur, one of the largest dogs
we ever saw, got a dose several weekssince,
but resisted the ctf'Cts until a day or two
ago. when he stretched himselfout and suc
cuined. Tho party guiltv of this heartless
mischief, be be man or boy, deserves to bo
severely punished ; and if discovered will
be punished to an extent that will make
him curse the day he yielded to such a
cruel, heartless impulse.
A gentleman who luts resided in the
South during a period of twenty-five years
scouts the idea that the several deaths that
have recently occurred in Memphis and
Grenada are chargeable to the presence ot
yellow fever germs. Cases of precisely the
same character have occurred in Montgom
ery and Savannah and other oints that es
caped the yellow fever altogether. It is a
disease peculiar to the South, and prevails
to a greater or lesser extent every winter.
It commences with a chill, as the yellow
fever does, the kidneys and bladder become
involved, the patient assumes the yellow
hue, aud rarely recovers. The name given
to the disease is hematorrhia, The gentle
man in question added that he had never
heard of a case in tho North.
About 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon a
terrific hullabaloo was raised on Thirteenth
street. There was a mixture, a sort of
huge, knot, of angry, noisy negroes, ut of
which speedily emerged a negro man with
a bloody face, nnd two or three negro wo
men with badly torn drapery. Asking
old Aunt Dello for the details she
rep:i,'d( that "Thirteenth street is the
wustest street in all the kingdom, nnd the
great I Ammer knows it that its the many
souls that's been sent lrom there to
Jleaveii." Culling her attention is the tight,
she continued: "Why thero was Dick Im
whs hurt, and Annie and Jane, and they
struck und shoved und rolled, and the Lord
never saw a wickeder street than this
Thirteenth street, which it m the Lord's
mercy that he doesn't exhume it by sooth
ing flames." And that's all we could learn
about the fight.
It is not, as wo stated yesterday,. Mrs
W. II. Morris' intention to leave Cairo per
manently. Alter, returning from Anna she
will visit Wilmington, whero she will so
journ with the parents and relatives of her
late husband, for awhile, aud from thence
she will go to Sheboygan, where she will
spend the summer. She will return to
Cairo iu the fall, and remain here, it being
her purpose to educate her children in the
John Wesley and his step-father don't
dwell together in unity, as all their neigh
bors on Thirteenth street are ready to tes
tify. Subjects upon which they disagree
are so plentiful that the family has been
kept in an almost unbroken uproar. Yes
terday the quarrel became unusually violent,
and John concluded that ho would "chug"
the old man's "mug," awhile. He at once
acted on this conclusion, and punched his
step-father's knob, or sconce, or whatever
the the exacting reader may choose to call
the human head, in a manner that was
manifestly intruded to give the old chap
tho head-ache. A few hours later Judge
Dird passed upon the case, fined John Wes
'icy five dollars and cost, and sent him over
to the calaboose, in default of payment, for
the period of eight days,
We received a call yesterday from
Judge Browning, of Benton, Franklineoun
ty, who may be booked, we suppose, as a
candidate for Circuit Judge, in this, the
first, district of the Southern Grand divi
sion. The Judge is a native Egyptian, a
gentleman of fine personel, aud a lawyer of
recognized ability. He is personally well,
known to many of our citizens, and stands
high in their esteem personally and profes
sionally. Three Judges are to be elected
and as Alexander county puts forth Judge
Baker, and as the central portion of the dis
trict claims the right to name one ot tho
Judges,it is only fair to permit the upper part
of the district to name the third. This has
been done, aud the voters as well as the
lawyers of that locality have, with much
unanimity, united upon Judge Browning.
Tlley evince much earnestness and zeal in
his support, and insist upon what wo are en
tirely willing to concede, that he is an able
man, and will make a careful, energetic and
The Auditor of Public Accounts has
ordered another levy of tax upon the tax
able property of Alexander county to pay
the interest on the county nnd city bonds
issued in aid of the Cairo & Vincennes and
Narrow-gauge railroads. This tax, this
year, will amount in the aggregate, to about
thirty-live thousand dollars, or about two
dollars and twenty or thirty cents on the
hundred dollars. Of this tax about twenty
five thousand dollars is charged to the
property of Cairo. For the third time,
therefore, our Taxpayers' association, will
be compelled to step to the front, and re
lieve its members of this burden. With
this view a committee was appointed by the
association at its last meeting. This com
mittee will consult attorneys, decide upon
ami adopt the most economical and cflec
tive means to enjoin the collector from any
attempt to enforce collections. The re
sistance will bo made in the name of t!ic
members of the association only, and not,
as it was done last year, in the name of
every taxpayer of the county. We refer to
this same subject elsewhere.
Every member of the Taxpayers' asso
eiation who expects to be relieved, through
t'ne efforts of the association, from the pay
ment of the heavy railroad tax of the pres
ent year, must, as a "condition precedent,"
pay up his dues. The application for an
injunction against tho collector will be
made in the names of the members of the
association only, and not, as it was made
last year, in behalf of all tho taxpayers of
the county. Of the two thousand taxpay
ers, outside of the association, not a single
one stepped forward, and volunteered to
help pay the expense of the injunction.
The whole expense fell upon the members
of the association, and, although through
their efibrts the property of outside taxpay
ers was relieved from the lien created by
the taxes, amounting to fully twenty-thousand
dollars, not one of them, as far as
heard from, has even expressed his thanks.
For these reasons, and because of the fur
ther fact that the proceedings will involve
a less outlay of money, the injuetion will
extend only to the property owned by mem
bers of the association. On the ih-st and
second days of March the collector of dues
will visit the members, und those who ex
pect their property to be covered by the in
junction, must pay up.
We have narrowly kcanned our ex
changes with the view of keeping ourselves
informed as to the probabilities of the
pending election for Supreme .bulge. Wo
have learned this, that while two of our
cotcmporaries, moved by local ptidc, but
manifestly without authority, lmv, each,
sugges'ed the name of a lawyer luing in
their respective neighborhoods; the sug-ros-
tious have called out lioendoiM iin iits what
ever. While fourteen uewspapm 0c
division have inven to Judge v1i1i-,.,m
candidacy a hearty and uneiuim-ui (,n.
dorseincnt, theliamoof no other lawyer has
been publicly mentioned in tin- s.(Ull.
nection, by more than one iiew..mp(.t ''l0
conclusion to bo drawn from iM of
affairs is not that the fiiti mon
named are without personal popuhVlty
reputation us hiwvcr. i.nt
11 t'i'iierall ac
quiescence in the candidacy of Judge Mul-
key. His peculiar qualifications for Jho
position are universally acknowledged, and
many weeks beforo he declared luinselt a
candidate for tho place, the newspapers
had, with marked unanimity, settled upon
him as the right man. This was the caso
with no other lawyer of the Grand Division;
and since the avowed candidacy of tho
Judge, he has received from the press, words
of praise and encouragement only. A few
days ago the Shawncetown Herald asked:
"How will Hon. S. 8. Marshall do?" To
this the Pope County Democrat replies:
"He don't suit us at all. Judge Mulluy is
the coming man. Hon. S. S.
Marshall is an able mac, no doubt; he was
a giant in Congress; hundreds of babies in
Hamilton and Gallatin counties have been
named after him;" but the Democrat then
assigns a potent reason why Mill key, and
not Marshall should be the successor of
Brcesc. As Marshall isnot at all likely to
enter the field, the Democrat's severe criti
cisms are omitted.
COUNCIL MEETING LAST NIGHT.
With the exception of Alderman llalli
day, who isiti Springfield, the entire board
responded at roll call.
Alderman Thistlewood, chairman of the
committee on streets, reported that the
committee had decided to reccomniend the
acceptance of the bid of Mr. J. H. McGalny,
to "furnish the city lumber at $H per 1,000
teet, deducting 5 per cent, fioin the first
car load und half that amount froiu the
second car load. The recommendation of
the coinmitteee was concurred in.
The same aldermrn presented the peti
tion of Chas. Thrupp, civil engineer, asking
a payment of .$:V3 on account of services
superintending Cache bridge work. The
committee recommended the allowance of
if 2 and on motion of Alderman Woml the
recommendation of the committee was
concurred in. and the clerk directed to
draw an order on the treasurer for that
The Committee on Claims recommended
the payment of sundry claims against the
city amounting in the aggregate to about
$000. The recommendation was concurred
in and the several sums ordered paid.
On the claim of Taylor & Parsons for
$291.38 the sum of $131.:!$ was allowed.
This claim being for 8 years rental of a
couple of lots and the taxes paid thereon,
the clerk was directed to notify M -ssrs. T.
it F. of the surrender of the lots.
On the claim of the Gas Company for
coal tar, $-10, the sum of $8 was allowed.
Tine Ih'LLKTix was allowed :j.2-3 in lii u
of aclaiin of i'J.
Dr. Mat can's claims for !j-"i0 for attend
ance on Mrs. Stoner and Conneis' family
was referred to Board of Health.
Alderman Wright, for the Committee on
Police, Jail and Fire department "recom
mended the drafting of ordinance to per
init Mr. B. F. Thistlewoud to erect frame
building on lot 7, block, l:J. It was so
On motion of Alderman Wood like ac
tion was taken on the petition of Mr. F.
Vincent, who asked permission to i-rett a 4
inch-wall brick building on lot, 1 and 2 in
Aldeman Wright, for the Committee on
Police, Jail and Fire department, reported
the resolutions, as a tribute to the memory
of the late W. T. Beerwart, to-wit :
Whereas, W. T. Beerwart has been our
1st assistant chief of the tire department
for a period of about four years, and was
acting in' that capacity when he received
the injuries that eventuated in his death,
Resolved, That in the death of William
T. lieerwart this community has lost a good
citizen, the city a most faithful, fearless and
efficient officer, und his family u kind and
affectionate husband and father.
Rasoh'cd, That this preamble and reso
lution bespread upon the records ot the
city, and a copy delivered to the bereaved
On motion of alderman Lancaster it was
ordered that the report of the committee be
received, ami printed with the minutes ot
The coinmitieo on claims having re
turned the following claims, (which had
come into their hands from the Board of
Health) without recommendation, Alder
man Patier moved a suspension of the rules
that the claims miht be put before the
council for action. Upon this motion there
was a protracted discussion much talk that
was irrelevant, and considerable that was
unduly spiced by feeling. The motion pre
vailed however, and was immediately fol
lowed by a motion by tho sumo nldennan
that tho claim bo allowed. The latter
motion also prevailed, and it was ordered
that the claims be paid as follows:
Claim of Mrs. Warren, in full for furni
ture, bedding, etc., destroyed during tho
prevalence of the yellow fever $10; Mrs.
Connors on tho same' account, $15; William
Downs, ditto $10; Johanna Murphy, ditto
$15; and Dr. Gordon, in full of Ids cluing
The application of Mr. Parko for partial
compensation for removal of yellow fever
tlead, was refused, it being alleged that
Mr. P. had ul ready been Hulllciently remu
nerated for that service by privates.
(We failed to note in the proper place
that tliu council took a recess of ten min
utes to allow a consideration of the last
above mimed claims, but to no purpose,
One of the committee declined to be forced
into action by such it summary process.
The remaining two "Jowered" nwuy the ten
minutes, and then reported that as they
hud no report to make.)
' Alderman O'Callahau presented the peti
tion of Antonio Botto, representing that
because of dyspepsia and other ailments
he was unable to pay a merchant's license!
for his little street corner stand, and asked
the council to permit hint to carry on his
business without license. The clerk was
diiectcdto inform Mr. Botto that existing
ordinances rendered a compliance with his
request a legal impossibility.
Then came the "bone of contention" of
tho evening the petition of Harry
Walker that the council reconsider the res
olution by which the license of the Theatre
Comique was fixed at $. per day, and name
8 sum that would be just and reasonable.
The petition was of nn argumentative
nature, as well as deprecatory;
and called out a talk or two
from every councilman present, with the
possible exception of Mr. Rittenhouse.
Motions and points of order; new motions
and amendments to old ones,' followed in
such quick succession, that it soon became
impossible for anybody to comprehend
what motion, or if any motion, was befmc
the the house. Mr. Yocum finally cut the
Gordian knot by moving that Mr. Walker's
petition be received, and that the license of
the Theatre Comique be fixed at one hun
dred dollars per annum, dating from "to
night." This motion was adopted, Foley,
Lancaster, O'Callahau, Yocum and Patier.
voting ayes; nnd Rittenhouse, Thistlewood,
Wright and Wood voting no.
One by Alderman Lancaster, that the
City Clerk be instructed to advertise for
bid. fr the reconstruction of such side
walks .is the committee on streets may des
ignate, said committee restricting itself to
the sidewalks named in ordinance No.
l!y Alderman Wood licit the street com
mittee be charged with duty of causing
Fourteenth street, near the stone depot, to
be put in good condition.
By Alderman Patier. that the Marshal be
instructed to proceed by action at law
against all persons who are required to
take out licenses, and have failed to do so
on the 1.1th of the present month.
By Alderman Wood, that the Committee
on streets vacate lots !j:i ando l in block K
w hich they have hitherto ir-ed as a lumber
yard, and hereafter utilized, lor that pur
pose, tho railroad strip.
By the sam that the Ordinance
Committee draft an ordinance fixing the
compensation of the jailer at :!." cents per
day for dieting prisoner, and $1 .10 per
day for overseeing the chain gang said
ordinance to go into effect at the eommenc
oient of the next otJicial year, or when the
new officers enter upon a discharge of their
The state and city liquor bonds of 'Ym.
O'Callahau, Peter Saup and Mrs. Fiances
Jaeckel were approved; and the bonds of
Louis Herbert and Smith it Bro. returned
for additional si curity.
And no further business appearing the
A i.i. kinds of comic and sentimental val
entines at B. F. Parker's City Book and
Tickets for the K. M. K. C. Masquerade
are now on sale at Taber I5r-Paul II.
Schuh's, Paul G. Schuh's, Phil. II. SaupV,
Planters HoUse.Geo.O'lIara's. r'rank Ib-aly's
and I)a:iicl Hartman's
Mr. Pettit, proprietor of the Skating
Rink, will re-open the Rink to-morrow
evening, taking what may be caked a new
departure, one that will not fail to commend
itself to all the betvr class of society,
christians and the "world's people" alike
As he proposes to run it, the Kink will be
strictly select. No person will he admitted
without an invitation, which will be in the
form of an admission ticket, from the Invi
tation Committee, who nreconipo,ed of some.
of our leading business men, and will be
required to show their invitation at the door.
Admission free, a charge of twenty-five
cents w ill be made for use of skates. Mr.
Pettit proposes to have a grand gathering
every Thursday night, with free admittance
as stated, to all invited guests: to all others
the doors of the hall will be closed. Good
music will be in attendance, and our best
people will bo present. Skating from seven
until half past nine and a social dance will
follow making, each Thursday evening,
a skating as well as social dance
to lie eiywjred by tho elite of tlie city.
Tho Hall will be a pleasant place to spend
an evening as spectators, enjoying the
music and watching the skaters, free of ex
pense, which is quite an item in these hard
times, or by investing twenty-five cents, ynu
can take a turn on tho rollers for exercise,
and lifter that is done, young gentlemen ac
companied by ladies can take part in the
danco for fifty cents, if he lias neg'ected to
bring n lady with him, it will, as it should,
cost him seventy-five cents. The Hall will
undoubtedly, be filled to-morrow evening
and the re-union every Tliursdiy there
after will bo looked forward to w tii pleas
ant anticipations by young mui 0i
All kinds of comic und sentinental val
entines at B. F. Parker's City Book and
III I tiieiii:, stop! Don't iliss that
place, TlierVs w,ro jol,, Koch't-P keeps,
lie's not left town; but is right ticro him
self; und what's moro ho has just received
a good supply 0f import, Lhnhtrgcr mid
Switzer iheese, Russian tJurdhcs Chi
cg rye bread; anil nnybuly will
tell you that better beer than his
can't be had in Cain. Are you hungry?
Step right in. He is the only saloon keep
er in Cairo who keeps u free lunch spread
from 0 o'clook in the morning until 13 at
night. And in wines,' liquors and cigars,
nobody keeps any liner, for he gets the best
brands made. Step in. 1 le will tretjt you like
a prince; and you will tie sure to tell your
friends who are fond of good eating and
drinking to go right to John Koehlcr's.
Tuk rAKTNKRsiup heretofore existing
between Frank Pettit and Eugene Ellis is
dissolved by mutual consent. The Skating
Rink will hereafter 1. conducted by
Frank Pettit, lie being sole owner by pur
chase. Am. kinds of comic and sentimental val
entines at B. F. Parker's City Book and
Two in'NWtEii persons have the oppor
tunity now of becoming the owner of the
famous race horse Harlem, through an in
vestment of two dollars. Harlem is an
animal of good blood, tine mould and fine
appearance. He is tractable, and would
form an attraction in tiny stable in the
country. Of his tlcet-footedncss he has
furnished undeniable evidence. Just how
fast he can run is probably not known. He
beats everything tint has been pitted
against him, and that was all that was re
required of hhn. But Mr. Kynaston has
consented to piirt w ith him, and that every
lxidy may have a chance t possess him
self of a fine annual and a lightning racer,
Mr. K. will dispose of him by rattle, issti
ingtwo hundred tickets at $2 each. Harlem
may be seen at Fitzgerald' Horse Man
sion; tickets which are selling veiy rapidly,
can be found at 'Pat Fitzgerald's, Mike
O'Donnell's and at Harry Walker's. The
raffle will take place when the tickets ate
Joiismk Bowmvn. tin; p., pillar min-trel
and great end man, with a good viuiity
trotip at the Theatre Comique, only 2 1c
admission, every night.
Choice New York Early Rom? Seed Po
tatoes for sale at the New York store.
. C. O. PaTIKU it ( O.
Hkndkksox's Hardware store, ('dinner
clal avenue corner Twelfth, i the ( nter i f
attraction tor both city anil o tmtry people.
There they find the "Grand Charter Oak
Stoves," Heating Stoves, all kinds. Bird
Cages, Lanterns, Lamps, Chimneys, cut
lery, Plated ware, Carpeiitets tools, Fibs,
Hammer, Hatchets, Tin ware all kind-.
Potatoe Parers and Cutter, and ttiotisaniN
of other articles that we have cot space to
Emhtf.k J.TH A.NNTAi. Bi:.i..T!ie Hiber
nian Fire Company, will give their Eigh
teenth Annual Ball, at their New Engine
Rouse, on tin; evening of the 17th inst.
The committee of arrangements .ire deter
mined to make this bull the affair of tie
season, und invite the co-op ; ution of their
friends in sj doing. Tickets $1.
A l'l.ACK OK AMfsKMKNT The Tie litre
Comique, open every night. Admis-ion
21c to all parts of the house.
A. Hai.lly, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to l.is
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery aud fancy goods. Bis cook stoves
are among the latest and best patterns und
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and will last longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Evervthin"
else low to suit the time.
UNPAKALLELLED OFF HI!.
A FIUvE TEST TRIAL
OF ONE OK
HEALTH RESTOIUXCi PADS
will m-nil one of our IlI'Al.TIl KKSToii
INU I'ADSj to any Invalid ufllirtcil with Liver
Coninlalnt. TWILLS ami FKVh'lt, lSlHOKK
TION. COSTIVK.NKSS, Ncrvoii. Headache
Hyioicp-la. NervoiiH lleblllly and lni.nre lllood,
if they will Hi-nil nn their cvimMciiih miii ,(.
droHH and upree to n-nil u J.'.iin If it ellrits
it cure to their entiro HutiHrmtion. otheiwiKo
there will bo no charm-, We will do tliii. to con
vince, the jiublic of the, superior vifluo n u
OF OUR PADS.
And that they will do nil we ciiv. An IhU oflVr
will neccsi-arlly he. limited in niimber. we hoix-then-lure,
an curly application will tm made. .V
drci'i. , i-ry iterpci'tnillv Your.
DIM!. W. FOItltKS.
Vii Elm Htrect, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Phynlclnim vpeak in Term of Prul lu lavor of tliu
Cincinnati, dune -js, ism
Ilavltm had fotniM'(infdeiiilie aciiiahuunce with
(lie operation of (lie I'nil, I can eonciencloiKiy
riToniineiid it a an excellent reinmlv lu all the
cnM' for which Dr. l''orliecouucli Iin uhc.
UK., I. IIAI.LOWELL.
tftfl ficoiiru Street. ('Iiiriul,ii
What ltev. Joxepll Emery, tho well-known Clio
, . , , Cincinnati, .tune do, IHTii,
i , . r. i, u-i " r ,,r ".
TU IU.I"VU MMV-iini; , hum II III IIV1 RH UiVV 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1
Extracts from n few of the Vunv Letier. frcoiieniltf
received at tho oitli c, 1 '
'"!, "''":-"l feel that your 1.. mvu navel mv
life Another nay. i--"Voiir Pad lmjuM reached
myca-e. It him entirety removed mv rmtlvcn...
mid i'oiieiilent Sick lleadiii he." Another w rlleii'
'Yniir l'ail attended "trlclly to ImikHiokk. nnd In
loily-clKht hours I Mini well hm-tit." Anothef
"I our I'nil has cured me nf lllllloiiMiess and a tor'.
ld Liver. am better than I have been In W1V
years," Htll unci her says:- b hnv euduied all tlm
iiorniwnrowlnif out off torpid Llvenuul Pyspensia
Alter usluir your pail ill these Ills left me.'' (m
morel-"! Iiavu used your I'uds with perfectly ,ts.
filctnrv results, and rhuerfullv ,i i .!'...? .
jj ,, ' ...yv..!.i.iuu uieill iu